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‘Autumn Variations’ is stunning with simplicity

Anna Williams October 1, 2023

As many people have, I have followed English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and his music since “+” was released and made known. I have witnessed the transformation of his musical identity, falling in...

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‘Beetlejuice’: The musical, the musical, the musical

Rackam Walberg September 30, 2023

Ever since “Beetlejuice: The Musical” began touring in December 2022, Minnesotans have been anxiously awaiting for its arrival to the state. Written by Anthony Kin and Scott Brown, it retells the cinematic...

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‘Spy Kids’ isn’t a spy hit

Layla Mickelson September 29, 2023

12 years after the release of “Spy Kids: All the Time in the World,” it was announced that “Spy Kids: Armageddon” was coming out Sept. 22 on Netflix. This excited fans, as many of us have fond...

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Doja demands attention for her new album ‘Scarlet’

Miles Johnson September 27, 2023

With fame comes criticism. Doja Cat’s fourth studio album “Scarlet” came out Sept. 22. Doja received a lot of fame from her 2019 album “Hot Pink,” but when Doja released “Planet Her” in 2021,...

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Poirot faces his fears in ‘A Haunting in Venice’

Alex Geretz September 27, 2023

Agatha Christie’s famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, returns to the big screen in spooky fashion with Kenneth Branagh’s third whodunit “A Haunting in Venice,” which released Sept. 15. In...

The MinnesoThai festival was held this past weekend on Sept. 16th and 17th. Vendors sold traditional Thai foods as well as arts and crafts.

MinnesoThai brings the community together

Hanna Wilsey and Madeline Anklam September 19, 2023

As State Fair week comes to a close, you may be under the impression that you have to wait for Seavers for the next outdoor festival, but look no further! Located in the West End, the MinnesoThai festival...

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Mitski’s melancholic return

Ena Mekic September 18, 2023

Following rumors of her retirement, the singer-songwriter Mitski returned with the release of her seventh studio album Sept. 15. Titled “The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We,” the album has a warm...

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Laufey bewitches listeners with beautiful modern jazz

Modesty Manion September 17, 2023

Icelandic-Chinese artist Laufey (pronounced lay-vay), released her newest album, “Bewitched,” Sept. 8. Her musical style is very unique, as she combines bedroom and jazz-pop to create what she calls...

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Olivia Rodrigo’s new album goes straight to your guts

Leo Justesen September 16, 2023

American singer, songwriter and actress Olivia Rodrigo released her second album “GUTS” Sept. 8. This album is a mix of lovable hit songs that will give you that riot girl vibe you didn’t know you...

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Barbie, Blondie and Belly

Modesty Manion September 10, 2023

Summer of 2023 had a plethora of major pop culture events and releases. Although this article won’t encompass everything that premiered over the past few months, I’ve included some notable movies,...

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Oh, I’ve got wounds

Alex Geretz June 5, 2023

Ronald Gladden stars in “Jury Duty,” a hilarious new reality-bending mockumentary series that chronicles the experience of a jury over the course of a three-week trial. He just might not know it yet.  In...

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‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ webs us all

Anisa Kahin June 5, 2023

“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” is the second Spider-Man movie about Miles Morales to have dropped. The first movie, “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse,” came out in 2018 and it centered...

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